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Theology in a New Key: Responding to Liberation Themes

Robert McAfee Brown - Religion - 1978 - 212 pages
"I do not think there are any issues on the theological and human scene more important than the ones liberation theologians are raising," says Robert McAfee Brown. In this book ...
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Speaking of Christianity: Practical Compassion, Social Justice, and Other ...

Robert McAfee Brown - Religion - 1997 - 161 pages
Renowned theologian Robert McAfee Brown believes that Christianity cannot be fenced off or separated from the world, but is always in relation to something else. Here he puts ...
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Saying Yes and Saying No: On Rendering to God and Caesar

Robert McAfee Brown - Bibles - 1986 - 143 pages
Looks at issues where religious beliefs and government policy may disagree, including the Sanctuary movement, and in Grenada, Nicaragua, and Nazi-occupied Poland
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Reflections Over the Long Haul: A Memoir

Robert McAfee Brown - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 305 pages
Robert McAfee Brown (d. 2001) was a renowned Presbyterian theologian, teacher, and social activist. This is his memoir, the story of a modest man who lived life according to ...
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Gustavo Gutierrez: An Introduction to Liberation Theology

Robert McAfee Brown - Religion - 2013 - 248 pages
Here is a definitive introduction to liberation theology through the life and work of its most significant proponent, Gustavo Gutierrez. Robert McAfee Brown draws extensively ...
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Liberation Theology: Essential Facts about the Revolutionary Movement in ...

Phillip Berryman - Religion - 1987 - 231 pages
Looks at the influence of liberation theology and discusses the origins and accomplishments of the movement
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Liberation Theology at the Crossroads: Democracy or Revolution?

Paul E. Sigmund - Religion - 1992 - 257 pages
Liberation theology originated in Catholic Latin America at the end of the 1960s in response to prevalent conditions of poverty and oppression. Its basic tenet was that it is ...
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Reclaiming the Bible: Words for the Nineties

Robert McAfee Brown - Religion - 1994 - 149 pages
In this series of messages based on scripture, the author demonstrates the vital applications of the Bible for our times, dealing first with the greater words of faith such as ...
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